Boracay Island Hopping Tour of Crocodile Island, Puka Beach, & More with Lunch & Transfers

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Boracay, Malay, Philippines
Duration:
4 hours
Difficulty:
Easy
Languages:
English
Available:
All year
Minimum age:
None

Discover the beauty of one of the best islands in the world, Boracay, by indulging in a whole-day island hopping tour that includes snorkeling and cliff-jumping. This tour is tailored for beach and marine lovers who want to explore the island’s famed white beaches and crystal-clear underwater scenery.

Boracay, a 10.3-kilometer square-island in Malay, Aklan, is dubbed as one of the world’s best islands. It was closed for months in 2018 but it is now welcoming travelers with its rejuvenated and restored state. It boasts a breathtaking view of a 7-kilometer-long and 500-meter-wide white sand beach.

After being picked up at your hotel in the morning, the water adventure begins as you head to the boat which will take you to the popular beaches and islands of Boracay. Accredited tour guides will then brief you on the escapade that awaits you. You will be provided with life vests for your safety during the island hopping tour.

This tour takes you to the well-loved beaches of Boracay including Crocodile Island, Puka Beach, and more. Each island transfer takes around 15 minutes and you will be given ample time to savor each island whether you opt for traditional sightseeing, snorkeling, swimming, or even experience cliff-jumping. You may also enjoy fish feeding as the island is packed with bountiful sea creatures.

Put your swimwear on, lather on your sunscreen, and wear your smile for a picture-perfect island hopping tour in Boracay. Check availability by choosing a date.

Included

Boat Rental
Mask & Snorkel
Life Jacket
Lunch
Tour Coordinator

Activities

Island Hopping

What to bring

Camera
Water
Personal Medicine
Extra Towel
Extra Clothes
Sunblock

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- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.

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